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January 29, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINES - JAN. 29, 20113

CORBIN —  

Semi-truck slams into boulder on I-75

No one was injured Monday after a boulder plummeted from a hillside and landed in the middle of northbound I-75.

Down in the Dumps

Parades can bring to mind huge celebrations, handcrafted floats, smartly dressed band members and an occasional clown or two.

High-speed chase ends with arrest

According to Laurel County Sheriff John Root, the department has stepped up its enforcement along U.S. 25 between Corbin and London.

Meredith trial set for Feb. 25

The trial of a Tennessee man charged with murder in a traffic crash on I-75 near Corbin last July has been set for late next month.

House fire leaves family homeless

Law enforcement opposes industrial hemp growing

Proponents of legalizing industrial hemp in Kentucky say momentum for their cause is growing. But, some key law enforcement agencies still aren’t enamored of the idea.

Laurel board meets in work session

Draft budget, agreements with schools, re-roofing projects discussed

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Six fire departments battled a stubborn blaze Wednesday at a Laurel County tire recycling facility. The fire sent a black plume of smoke into the air that could be seen for miles.

  • Tire facility catches fire

    Six fire departments battled a stubborn blaze Wednesday at a Laurel County tire recycling facility.

    April 24, 2014 1 Photo

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North Laurel's Makayla Vires is this week's Fastpitch Player of the Week after tossing a no-hitter against Somerset.

  • Lady Redhounds roll past Whitley

    The Corbin Lady Redhounds exploded for 11 runs in the first inning, and never looked back during their 13-0 rout of 50th District foe Whitley County.

    April 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Tri-County Wrap-Up

    The Whitley County Colonel tennis team picked up a win over Clay County, but the Lady Colonels dropped their match with the Lady Tigers this past week.

    April 24, 2014

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Melissa Bowling of London (left) and Paula Newman of Williamsburg (right) told their stories about donating their kidneys during an exhibit Tuesday at Baptist Health Corbin hospital, which included the display of the Donor Family Quilt. Standing behind Melissa is her husband, Chad, while standing behind Paula is her brother-in-law, Rick McKiddy of Corbin.

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Bicyclists of all stages of expertise will be able to practice their bike-handling skills in a controlled setting at Barbourville's new Skill Track.

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